Sierra Leone Police allegedly beat people with disabilities, then jailed them

By AL MansaraY

Pix: Courtesy/Sierra Leone Union of Disability Issues (SLUDi) — all photos of the alleged brutality by police were confirmed to TV-News24 by Atty. Julius Nye Cuffie

WASHINGTON, D.C. (TV-News24)Police in Sierra Leone allegedly beat and injured a group of people with disabilities late January in Waterloo, then jailed them, before later charging them to court on several criminal offenses, an official says recently.

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